Thanks for that Standready. I'll probably have to go for something like that in April when Windows XP comes to an end.
in Win8.1 if you shutdown pc from desktop in the next boot it will boot to desktop by default, at least this is going on for my laptop.
Win 8 is not desinged for pc/laptop and is mostly good for tablets but many softwares are still not touch friendly so it is not very good for tablet either . win 9 probably will come with two versions, one for touch devices and other for laptops/pc
I think I'll got so much used to these apps, but I agree - to have an option to use the desktop would be fine. But that two option thing is just a speculation, isn't it?
thanks for tips its very useful for me.
Windows 8.1 is fantastic, give this to Microsoft please. People just complain because they're not used to the UI. But everything you had back in Windows 7 and Vista are there (apart from the aeroglass).
There are also some registry tweaks to reduce border sizes and increase buttons, which I believe are not very well documented either.
What are the most wanted features for the operating system software the Windows 9. As the release date is approaching it is not clear that it would satisfy the following expectations: Lower price, desktop only mode, better battery life, virtual desktops for improved productivity, bring back the real Start button, over –the -air system recovery, better display scaling, improved anti –virus, fix windows update, native DVD playback. There are lots of rumors about Windows 9. Some people claim that basic software will be free and people will pay for additional features. This kind of carrot seems necessary to persuade people to upgrade their existent operating system. Or it could be free for some limited time. On the other hand windows is consuming important amount of battery life. The better power saving features must be implemented into Windows 9 to attract customers. Besides this, Microsoft has declared that virtual desktops will certainly be component of Windows 9, enabling users to use several desktop displays with personal settings, making it easier to divide work and home actions on the same machine.